Wild West: On The Trading Block – Part 3

Grant Campbell

2020-09-21

Playoff Western Leaders

Goals – 10 – Bo Horvat – Vancouver

Assists – 18 – Miro Heiskanen – Dallas

Points – 25 – Nathan MacKinnon – Colorado

PPP – 10 – Elias Pettersson – Vancouver

Shots on Goal – 80 – Shea Theodore – Vegas

PIM – 46 – Antoine Roussel – Vancouver

Best plus/minus – plus 13 – Nathan Mackinnon – Colorado

Worst plus/minus – minus 7 – Niklas Hjalmarsson – Arizona, Duncan Keith – Chicago

Hits – 96 – Jamie Oleksiak – Dallas

Blocked shots – 67 – Alexander Edler – Vancouver

Best FO% (min 200 draws) – 62.7% – Ryan O'Reilly – St. Louis

Worst FO% (min 200 draws) – 42.9% – William Karlsson – Vegas

Giveaways – 41 – Miro Heiskanen – Dallas

Takeaways – 18 – Miro Heiskanen – Dallas, Mark Stone – Vegas

Drawn Penalties – 13 – Elias Pettersson – Vancouver, Troy Stecher

Draisaitl Hat Tricks – 1 – Connor McDavid – Edmonton, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins – Edmonton, Mikko Rantanen – Colorado, Cale Makar – Colorado, Corey Perry – Dallas, J.T. Miller – Vancouver, Nathan Mackinnon – Colorado

Goalie wins – 13 – Anton Khudobin – Dallas

Save percentage (min 10 starts) – 92.4 – Cam Talbot – Calgary

Quality starts – 11 – Jacob Markstrom – Vancouver

I must have been thinking of Mikko’s brother Saku Koivu as Mikko has not announced his retirement. I was a little premature on the 37-year old, but Minnesota did announce they would not have him back. 

St. Louis

The Blues were exposed a little in the playoffs and now have just over $5 million available in cap space and it appears that